Endoscopy expert witnesses may be needed for several types of medical court cases. Endoscopy is a type of nonsurgical procedure that is used to examine a patient’s digestive tract. Endoscopy is performed by inserting an endoscope, which is a slim tubular instrument with an illuminated camera at the end of it, directly into the organ that is being examined. Endoscopy expert consulting may provide valuable insight for cases concerning such issues as gastroenterology, internal medicine, pediatric gastroenterology, clinical medicine, inflammation, digestive systems, cancer, oncology, medical imaging, surgery, surgeons, colonoscopy, pain management, and other medical areas. Endoscopy is used for examining several types of possible ailments, making it important that a knowledgeable medical expert is retained for each case.
Endoscopy experts may have experience with rhinoscopy, ENT (ear, nose, and throat), head and neck surgery, general surgery, urinary tract, laparoscopy, urology, obstetrics and gynecology (OBGYN), pregnancy, epidemiology, liver surgery, liver disease, hepatology, endocrinology, pancreatitis, pathogenesis, colon rectal surgery, data visualization, cancer screening, digestive disorders, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), health data, ultrasound, doctor, physician, corticosteroid, ulcerative colitis, biostatistics, sepsis, fluoroscopy, pancreatitis, biomedical engineering, biomedical equipment, image sensors, integrated optics, microscopy, robotic surgery, sensor processing, ulcers, general surgery, acute care hospitals, medical devices, medical device patent, and other medical disciplines.
For more than twenty years, ForensisGroup has provided attorneys with the most qualified of experts from across the United States. Contact our office today to learn more. Our knowledgeable staff will get to work on locating an authoritative endoscopy expert witness for your case.